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Hi guys
Basically this is a forum for ideas, problems and suggestions on such games as Pc Rail {available from http://www.pcrail.com } and Simsig {available from http://www.simsig.co.uk }.
Any sharing of ideas etc would be gratefully appreciated.
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Hi...
This sounds like fun as I like trying my hand at signalling ...so this site is welcome.
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The simsig has a free download of the Westbury simulation at the moment, well worth downloading.

It mentions somewhere on the site that all the simsig simulations will become free dowloads in May.

Something to look forward to!

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I keep hearing that its all going free in May so i will definetly be getting Waterloo and Southampton, i havent really looked for others yet.
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ThinLizzy wrote:I keep hearing that its all going free in May so i will definetly be getting Waterloo and Southampton, i havent really looked for others yet.
There's a post somewhere in the forums on simsig with all the details.....
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ThinLizzy wrote:I keep hearing that its all going free in May so i will definetly be getting Waterloo and Southampton, i havent really looked for others yet.
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Waterloo is available for download Steve:
Look at this link: Waterloo and Southampton
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Thats probably the frre version, where you are limited to 30 minutes. i saw the post somewhere in the Simsig forums aswell Andy, cheers.
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I did the Liverpool Street version last night, did 35 minutes before giving up so it looks like that could be a full version but it was asking me for the code.
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ThinLizzy wrote:Hi guys
Basically this is a forum for ideas, problems and suggestions on such games as Pc Rail {available from http://www.pcrail.com } and Simsig {available from http://www.simsig.co.uk }.
Any sharing of ideas etc would be gratefully appreciated.
Hi,

The link to pcrail is actually http://www.pcrail.co.uk

Cheers

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Cheers mate. Nice to see you found our forum.
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Does anyone know if Newcastle will be coming out for Pcrail as I have downloaded the others and it is very addictive but would love to do the North East..
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Heres an idea for a signalbox sim,with my line(bedford2bletchley) being upgraded this summer,how about a sim of forders sidings signal box,u have up and down passenger lines+the siding 4 the rubbish trains+the new siding 4 the west coast ballest trains.if anyone needs any help i can get track plans and signal diagrams from the box!Its about time we had one on this line(even though people slag it off)because it will all be lost this summer when all the manual boxes and crossing are replaced by colour lights and automatic barriers.
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Post by Cuchulain »

I understand where you're coming from with that post.
As much i we like to discuss new ideas, i feel it best to clarify, this forum is purely a fan club really, for such simulations as PCRail and Simsig.

Have you looked at

http://www.simsig.co.uk

ww.pcrail.co.uk

Simsig had their own forums last time i checked, and pcrail are also very good with their communications such as requests for new simulations and technical support issues.

Thanks for your input :D
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